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  1. TylerMD said:

    Trash school

    User can't play nice.
    Last edited by medic300107; 05-11-2015 at 03:52 PM. Reason: TOS violation: Racial slurs
     
  2. doc2be1day said:
    Quote Originally Posted by TylerMD View Post
    User can't play nice.
    You can save you breath. Anyone who is even considering going to a school like this (or two dozen others in the Caribbean like it) is delusional that he/she will ever become a doctor, and won't listen.
    Last edited by medic300107; 05-11-2015 at 03:54 PM. Reason: Quoting TOS Violation
     
  3. 1215Ethix said:
    User can't play nice.
    Last edited by medic300107; 05-21-2015 at 07:04 PM. Reason: TOS violation: Racial slurs
     
  4. TylerMD said:
    User can't play nice.
    Last edited by medic300107; 05-11-2015 at 03:47 PM. Reason: TOS violation: Racial slurs
     
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    devildoc8404 said:
    Sigh. Yeah, it's always great when complaints about a medical school (however legitimate) turn into race-baiting.

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    Idktriple6 said:
    UPDATED: It may have been so at the time but Xavier School of Medicine I can affirmatively say, has taken tremendous strides with the leadership of the current President to grow the program over the last 8 years and it's still continuing today. Xavier is both accredited by CAAM-HP and ACCM, something not even the Top 4 of the Caribbean has. The Top 4 are accredited by CAAM-HP except Saba, who handed its accreditation rights to the NVAO respectively. There is brand new state of the art campus opening up at the end of 2019 at Xavier. You can watch the preview on Youtube under their channel and also be sure to check out their Facebook page and website.

    Also, ALWAYS make sure to check the CAAM-HP and ACCM websites for the schools that are properly accredited.


    Cheers!
    Last edited by Idktriple6; 05-13-2018 at 01:47 PM.
     
  7. lightningstrike said:
    Just a completely inaccurate and blatant false advertisement by Idktriple6. Readers, please google your information on accreditation directly from the sources.

    Xavier has "Provisional Accreditation Extended, 2016-2018" from CAAM-HP.

    From the ACCM website it states, "Accredited since 2015. Conditional accreditation to May 31, 2018. Further three year conditional accreditation granted to May 31, 2021."

    Ross, AUC, and SGU all have higher levels of accreditation, non-provisional in the case of CAAM-HP and non-conditional in the case of ACCM.

    Saba is not subject to CAAM-HP accreditation, as it is part of the Netherlands so obviously only requires NVAO accreditation. What possible reason does SGU, Ross, or AUC need accreditation from two bodies when both are considered NCFMEA acceptable, it would be a waste of money.

    Overall, you are saying your better than the "big 4" caribbean schools when in fact a quick google search shows Xavier has conditional/provisional accreditations, both lower tiers than the other schools lol.
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    Idktriple6 said:
    Just a completely immature and biased comment by "lightningstrike." He wanted to "reiterate" exactly what I just wrote previously to make himself look like me, lol


    I am not saying the Big 4 are beneath Xavier. I am simply stating that it is both accredited by CAAM-HP and ACCM. Xavier School of Medicine has come a long way and I was just stating facts. I also "clearly" said Saba handed its accreditation rights to the NVAO....can you read??? How does this translate being better than the Big 4 schools, when I just said Xavier is accredited by both CAAM-HP and ACCM??? Also it is 2018....it doesn't matter about tiers anymore fool. This isn't the past anymore. As long as a medical school is "appropriately" accredited by ECFMG 2023 guidelines, you can get a residency and practice in the U.S.A or Canada.

    Also, when did i say I was better???....You said I'm better than the big 4. You meant to say the school Xavier. You need to go learn how to articulate a proprer English sentence, buddy.


    Also, it is not a complete waste of money. It shows that the faculty of the school cares about being accredited by all agencies recognised by the WFME and United States standards and is willing to take that further step in the accreditation process, (Dual Accreditation) which is amazing.


    You joined ValueMD in October 2014 and are still a Junior member. I joined this year in April and already am a Junior member.

    It just goes to show who there are people like myself on forums spreading knowledge and facts.
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    Idktriple6 said:
    Post deleted.
    Last edited by Idktriple6; 05-14-2018 at 04:43 PM. Reason: Forgot to quote lightningstrike
     
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    Idktriple6 said:
    Quote Originally Posted by lightningstrike View Post
    Just a completely inaccurate and blatant false advertisement by Idktriple6. Readers, please google your information on accreditation directly from the sources.

    Xavier has "Provisional Accreditation Extended, 2016-2018" from CAAM-HP.

    From the ACCM website it states, "Accredited since 2015. Conditional accreditation to May 31, 2018. Further three year conditional accreditation granted to May 31, 2021."

    Ross, AUC, and SGU all have higher levels of accreditation, non-provisional in the case of CAAM-HP and non-conditional in the case of ACCM.

    Saba is not subject to CAAM-HP accreditation, as it is part of the Netherlands so obviously only requires NVAO accreditation. What possible reason does SGU, Ross, or AUC need accreditation from two bodies when both are considered NCFMEA acceptable, it would be a waste of money.

    Overall, you are saying your better than the "big 4" caribbean schools when in fact a quick google search shows Xavier has conditional/provisional accreditations, both lower tiers than the other schools lol.
    REALLY THOUGH???

    Maybe medicine is not for you considering you have been active on here since 2014 with 26 posts to date and are still only a junior member....

    Stop trying to be "relevant."
    Last edited by Idktriple6; 05-14-2018 at 04:46 PM.
     
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